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Big Ben Stops Next Monday

Big Ben Stops Next Monday

Big Ben Stops Next Monday When completed in 1859, it was “the prince of timekeepers: the biggest, most accurate four-faced striking and chiming clock in the world.” The tower had its 150th anniversary on 31 May 2009, during which celebratory events took place. Renamed Elizabeth Tower to celebrate the Queen’s Jubilee in 2012. The landmark has been chiming…

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The Bridge To Puck

Bridge to Puck

The Bridge To Puck Today is the last day of the famous Puck Fair, a right of passage in the life of anyone from Kerry.  As children it was exciting to see the horses and stalls that lined the steep hill and streets of Killorglin. Catching sight of King Puck atop of his tower and a…

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From The Depths

From The Depths

From The Depths A few weeks ago, an order was placed for an image of Fenit Harbour. Not a strange request as this is available on our website, although when we spoke about the image with the customer, we both had an entirely different one in mind.  Our customer had seen THIS particular image of Fenit Harbour…

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Lovers Rock, Love Stories

Lovers Rock, Love Stories

Lovers Rock, Love Stories The Post Office has shipped more prints of Lover’s Rock than any other but especially this  July. This stunning image has been gifted more than any other print!  Gifted as a Birthday present a present to a lady from her husband for their first born a gift to a brother who lives…

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Landslide Win For Our Image Of The Month!

Dingle harbour twilight

Landslide Win For Our Image Of The Month! Thank you to everyone who voted for this months image, we couldn’t pick one over the other. Dingle Harbour however has won by a landslide. We loved reading your comments about this image, Scandi/Nordic fishing village or colourful, abstract painting?  Visit us at The Gallery No. 21 High Street,…

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A New Ranking!

A New Ranking!

A New Ranking! We launched our website in March and as it developed we watched it climb up the Google ranks. Slowly but surely, thanks to your support, it has reached our goal! This may seem very boring to some, but after months of work and mind boggling SEO’S, to see us on the front…

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Two Images, One Location.

Two Images, One Location. Often I find that when visiting a location to capture an image that I had been visualising over a period of time. It  transpires that  other more appealing scenes offer themselves to me.   Minard Castle & Beach in West Kerry is a beautiful area at anytime of day and anytime…

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Workshops in Saint Avertin!

Workshops in Saint Avertin!  We received a lovely email over the weekend from Christophe in Saint Avertin. The exhibition opening was a success, some images were displayed in the venue where the opening evening was held. Pictured here are some of the locals admiring Keith’s images.  They were returned to the main Gallery for the rest of…

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French Connection

french connection

French Connection came about when Keith got invited to exhibit his landscape photography in France. We were very excited and honoured to be approached by Joáo Direction des affaires culturelles but a little overwhelmed about getting 20 plus framed pieces to Saint Avertin in the Loire Valley. But overwhelm was quickly replaced with action!  Dates…

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Kinsale Harbour

Kinsale Harbour

Kinsale Harbour We spent some time in Kinsale over the weekend which just further fuelled our love for it! A small, artistic, creative community with a great vibe. From cafés with fresh, organic produce to boutiques with organic products it is a wonderful spot for people on a healing journey or clean diet. Galleries and…

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